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Boeing 757 and 767 by Thomas Becher

By Thomas Becher

Boeing 757 and 767 ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: Boeing 757 and 767Автор: Thomas BecherИздательство: Crowood PressISBN: 1861261977Год: 1999Страниц: 192Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 82.57МБЯзык: английскийBoeing's dynamic duo, the 757 and 767, are one of the hottest airliners within the skies this day. Thomas Becher describes the historical past, layout, improvement and repair of those innovative plane. With precise necessities and 2 hundred photos and illustrations - many in colour - it is a e-book that are supposed to attract any aviation enthusiast.Скачать: DepositfilesRapidshare zero

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However, today, when you look at it, every major US airline has 757s as a replacement for their 72 7 fleet. ' Crow, who was responsihle for the PW2000 programme, recalls that one major problem almost kept the engine from flying on time - fan-containment failure. Fan hlades rotate at near-supersonic speeds inside the engine. In case the blades come loose, or are damaged by an outside source, such as a bird or stone, the engine must contain the broken blades; otherwise, they could slice through the passenger cabin.

Shear tie ribs di tribute speciFic loads to the wing Frame. The landing gear is supported by the landing-gear support beam and rear spar. The econdary structures onsist of the leading edge, trailing edge and wing tip. The leading edge i cantilevered Forward From the Front par, and i made of aluminium ribs and skin panels. The leadingedge slats atta h to the leading edge. The trailing edge is cantilevered aFt From the rear spar, and upports the flaps, aileron and spoilers. The wing tip is an aerodynamic Fairing covering the outboard ends of the wing.

The first 767 powered by 4, OOlb-thru t (213k ) F6- OA engines took off for the first time in February 19 2; it was the fifth 767 built. Certification followed on 30 September, with the first delivery to Delta Air Lines. While nired Airlines chose Pratt for its order of767s, both Delta and American selected GE for their 197 order of fifty of the planes. When the 767 debuted, Pratt signed ten customers with orders and options for 158 aircraft, while GE had seven customers for 153 planes. An important advantage of both the JT9D7R4 and the F6-80A was that both had already flown the 747, and were therefore battle-tested.

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